Massage and Other Treatments

You can have massage on its own as a cost-effective treatment for muscle and/or joint problems.

Massage will also effectively complement other treatments such as physiotherapy, chiropractic and osteopathy.

It works by addressing the important muscular component of spinal problems and injury.

For instance, if you have a sore back or neck, you may be going to a chiropractor or osteopath who treats the joints of your spine.  Since the movement of the bones and joints is controlled by the muscles, freeing the muscles through massage will help keep the joints functioning well.

Your massage therapist works with you to assess progress, and may sometimes refer you to other treatments, and/or for medical diagnosis.

Choose from Therapeutic (Deep Tissue) Massage; Relaxation Massage; Sports Massage; Hot Stone Massage; Workplace Massage.

Half hour, one hour, or hour and a half appointments available. Not sure what you need? Contact us, we are happy to advise you.

Frequently asked questions: Benefits; Conditions helped by Massage; Massage and other treatments; What to Expect/Privacy; How Many Treatments?; How does it work?